2nd November, 2017 BACK TO ALL PODCASTS

Doesn’t time fly? It’s been 10 years since the credit crunch got underway – and looking back at the decade since, there are some valuable lessons to take into the next cycle.

We talk about:

  • The timing of market drops
  • What happened with the availability of credit
  • How to take advantage of the next upswing…
  • …And how to position yourself to profit from the crash
  • And most importantly, what you can expect to be on TV over the next 10 years!

Resource of the week

If you’re a fan of power naps, check out Pzizz. It’s a free app that uses “binaural beats” to get you to drop off straight away, then wake up feeling refreshed.

Try it at home next time you need a mid-day boost…or try it in the office if you’re not that attached to your job.

News this week

It’s another government crackdown! This time, the government is looking into the house buying process – as the BBC reports.

Credit to them for noticing – but they’ve announced so many different reviews recently, don’t hold your breath for something to be done about it…

Free course alert!

We don’t do “hoarding” here at The Property Hub. Even though we run a letting agency, we’ve put together a course telling you how you can let and manage a property yourself.

It’s completely free, and you can watch it at thepropertyhub.net/courses.
Once on the courses page, scroll to the bottom of the list to find our most recent course: How to let and manage a property yourself.

Join the conversation

What lessons have you taken from the last crash?

What do you know now that you wish you’d known back then?

We’d love to know, so join the discussion in The Property Hub!

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